The position on here remains the advocacy of a “no” vote in the 31st May referendum for three main reasons (a) to bolster efforts by Ireland to secure a reduction to the funding that is to be obtained in the future so as to bail out the banks, namely the funding of the €28bn of extant promissory notes at IBRC and to a much more limited extent, the repayment of bondholders (b) to highlight the political abandonment of monetary policy - in other words using interest rates and money supply - to deal with current and future financial crises in Europe, and (c) to give the Government a bloody nose for some of its cack-handed consequence-less performance in the past 15 months.
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